We stayed in a 2-bed suite with our two young boys. The staff were exceptional especially to them. A big shout out to the Kids Club team who looked after them so well. The pool is lovely. We had a lovely stay.Shaina from London, checked in Tue 12 Dec 2023
Situated along Southern Thailands spectacular coastline, Koh Samui offers the best examples of beach culture. Derived from the Chinese word Saboey to mean safe haven, Samui was a remote haven for fishermen, sailors and sea traders sheltering from storms and high seas in the late 1800s. Mainly of Chinese and Malay origin, these early settlers speak Pak Thai, a unique dialect in the south that still survives till this day.
Samui International Airport (USM) is accessible via a 45-minute flight from Bangkok or direct daily flights from regional gateways.
Resting beneath the shade of swaying coconut trees, 175 exquisite suites and pool villas echo local architectural aesthetics, welcoming the island environment inside.
Contemporarily designed interiors with soothing colour palette tones are transformed into light, airy private havens complemented by views of landscaped gardens or panoramic ocean scenes over the Gulf of Thailand.
Ignite your senses with vibrant explorations of scents, flavours and colours. Dining adventures mirror Koh Samuis beguiling chilli-spiked southern cuisine, bustling street eats and natural local bounty , from the freshest seafood to just-picked tropical produce. Each restaurant, bar and private dining experience offers its own unique interpretation of gastronomic delights, transforming a meal into an unforgettable journey.